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April 17, 1971
Another concise loping good time rocker with Jerry singing beautifuly.
Johnny B. Goode
July 31, 1971
Yale Bowl, Yale University
Rip roaring out of Uncle John's Band and after a high octane 2nd set, how else to finish?
April 27, 1971
Best of the Fillmore East run,IMO. Sharp and clean guitar work,purposeful but still relaxed in the best early Deal tradition
Not Fade Away
Aug. 18, 1970
1970, this is new and the boys sound so full of energy and excitement. The whole show has just been reseeded on IA, worth a listen.
Dec. 28, 1970
An overlooked joy. A really well performed CE>Drums>TOO> CE reprise
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June 5, 1970
sublime,beautiful singing. These acoustic 1970's versions deserve to be more widely heard and highly regarded.
April 26, 1971
Beautiful Dark Star sliding into a fine early Wharf Rat
Sing Me Back Home
April 26, 1971
The one night not to appear on Ladies & Gentlemen-and what a night to miss! Great Sing me back home, superb Hurts me too and great Good Lovin'
April 11, 1972
Newcastle City Hall
Just wonderful. Listen to Keith's rock and roll riffs.
May 18, 1972
Kongressaal, Deutsches Museum
one of the less well known E72 shows, but excellent,high energy.
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Scarlet Begonias -> Fire On The Mountain
Playin' In The Band
Eyes Of The World
Doin' That Rag, The Ark, April 22, 1969
China Cat Sunflower -> I Know You Rider, Strand Lyceum, May 24, 1972
Black Throated Wind, Strand Lyceum, May 24, 1972
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